Councilwoman Cyndi Nguyen Shares Life Experiences and Community Service

On April 19, 1975, five-year-old Xuan “Cyndi” Nguyen’s parents took her and her siblings – her six-year-old brother and two sisters, ages five and seven, from their home in Phuoc Tinh, a rural area in Vietnam to escape from the Communist. Accompanying them were their grandparents and aunt. Forty-six years later, Mrs. Nguyen who serves… Read More

Students for Human Dignity & Diversity in Action hold Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Luncheon

It was a serving of food from the Asian infusion restaurant, MoPho, when Students for Human Dignity & Diversity in Action observed Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month during a campus luncheon, the last special event of the year. Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month is a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. In the… Read More

Students for Human Dignity & Diversity in Action Observed MLK Day

Prior to this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service that was observed on January 18, Students for Human Dignity & Diversity in Action gathered on campus for lunch and reflection. The day is celebrated to honor Dr. King by following his example of serving and helping others. Since 2019, the organization has done an annual visit to… Read More

Junior Samantha White Co-Host of New Teen Talk Show

Junior Samantha White is a co-host of the recently launched teen talk show, What’s Going On? The first segment aired September 12 on WUPL 54/Cox Channel 2. Samantha prepared for her co-host role by researching information about each guest. “Learning more about who would be on the episodes was the first step to preparing myself,”… Read More

Students Step Into the World of Artist Terrance Osborne

Artist Terrance Osborne welcomed members of Students for Human Dignity and Diversity in Action organization during a private visit to his art gallery where the internationally acclaimed artist shared the evolution of his art, his use of vibrant colors, and talked with the students about their interests and future aspirations. Mr. Osborne grew up in… Read More

Dominican Students Connect with Community After School

Members of Students for Human Dignity & Diversity in Action at St. Mary’s Dominican High School welcomed the Peace Center After School Program’s young students to their school for an annual Christmas Party. It was a first-time visit for all but two of the students. They were delighted and surprised when they entered the party… Read More